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Green workshop and Seminar concludes

LAMKA, June 21: The two day long ‘Green workshop and Seminar’ which was inaugurated yesterday concluded on a low note today at the Rayburm collage New Lamka, however with a strong resolve by the participants.

The chief guest designate of the last day, Health minister T Phungzathang failed to turn up.

The day was participated by the public and officials like the ADCC chairman Langkhanpau Guite and OC of CCpur police station MA Khan.

The major highlight of the program was the exhibition of private and personal collection of different organic species of nature enthusiast Thomas Tungnung from his collection of more than 300 species.

Infact the exhibition was the main crowd puller and one which even impress the WWF participant.

The workshop was organised by the Delhi based Delhi Paite Indingta (DPI).

22-Jun-2014 / Correspondent / 1 Comments

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goroba

22-Jun-2014 | 04:00 AM

CCP is one of the districts in Manipur that really needs to pay attention on the checking of deforestation as well as re-plantation of tress and plants of economic importance particularly covering the denuded hills .Enough funds have been receiving by this district from many sources but the situation remained the same without much improvement with many foreign-funded NGOs and Israel-link citizens.Have a thought ,improvement surely come for a better livelihood in future.



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